The Villa de Pranakorn, a 47-key boutique hotel in
Bangkok’s historic Sam Yot district, has joined Relais & Châteaux,
becoming the first hotel in Thailand’s capital city to join the
Established in 1954, Relais & Châteaux aspires to
work with only the finest independently run properties and
restaurants around the world.
“We are committed to continually offer luxury hospitality and
local anchorage in unique places and as such are extremely excited
for this partnership with Villa de Pranakorn,” said Philippe Gombert,
President of Relais & Châteaux. “This first hotel in
Bangkok in our collection, perfectly located in the historic district of the city, definitely offers a delicious Thai immersion
for our guests. In a few words, history, food and culture come together elegantly at Villa de Pranakorn.”
Having officially opened its doors to guests in
February, Villa de Pranakorn features a
choice of accommodation that includes
Superior Rooms for individual travellers to the more couple-focused Premium and Grand Deluxe Rooms,
all the way up to the luxurious Mahachai and Pranakorn Suites.
Facilities include a restaurant as well as small
courtyard pool, pool bar and gym.
“It gives us great pleasure to join the
Relais & Châteaux portfolio of worldwide properties known for
their unique local offerings. A few weeks after our opening, this
new milestone acknowledges the charm of our architecture, our marvellous location and the talents of our staff and of our chef
in particular. From Sam Yot historic district, Villa de Pranakorn
is the ideal luxury accommodation to soak up all the excitement of
the Thai capital and to rest in style,” said Erik Lannge, the
hotel’s General Manager.
Villa de Pranakorn works with Nordaq, a water filtration
company, to produce its own still drinking water onsite. This
enables every guest to refill their own glass water bottle
free-of-charge during their stay, rather than using
plastic versions. Every room is equipped with two
complimentary water bottles – one still and one sparkling.
Villa de Pranakorn,